Back of box
The SynthStation25 itself
The keyboard and instruction pack (of course I haven’t opened that bit)!
With the batteries
Power connector and button
Volume line out and phones socket
This little connector fits into the iPod dock connector in the SynthStation25 to keep it from getting dusty I guess.
More when I’ve had a play with it.
It isn’t vapourware. It is for real! More soon!
I thought that this was quite an interesting insight into how Apple / Steve Jobs thinks about their market and products.
Read the whole article at Mashable.
Here’s what’s new:
- New iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4 optimized user interface and mixing screens
- Nicer looking mixing interface on the iPhone 3 GS and older iPod Touches
- Aut add album cover art, artist and track name from imported mp3s
- Fix iPod importing screen issues
My mistake on the last post on Jasuto Classic. Here’s the forum sticky that explains new pricing and differences between the two versions:
Admittedly in the past, the differences between the Classic and Pro versions weren’t as clear as they should have been. With the 1.3.0 update I’m hoping to solve this by making them nearly identical except for just a few key features.
Bellow is text from the Classic version’s description listing the differences, simply, the biggest difference is the Pro version runs natively on the iPad.
[DIFFERENCES FROM PRO]
-you can’t create any of the FFT or OSC modules, however you can still load any scenes that use them.
-Sonoma’s Audio Copy/Paste is removed.
-no native iPad support, which means low-res graphics and less screen real-estate on iPads.
This virtually upgrades all current Classic users to the Pro version (or a lot closer than before), and all current Pro user to a Universal version 🙂
The new pricing with be:
$5 for Classic
$10 for Pro
Missed this last night, classic also has had a good update.
- iOS 4.0 support.
- Native iPad support!
- Bluetooth headsets can now be used as an audio input. Dynamic detection of audio inputs also works now.
- The Bands node now saves the ‘bands’ parameter.
- Final output stage has be vastly improved, much tighter bass.
- DC remover tool in the Sampler.
- The Scale module’s modulation port now works.
- Odd sequencer loops now work.
- Unified all low-pass filters, improved sound quality as well.
- Fixed random browser interface bugs.
- There differences between Pro and Classic are now clearly defined, a lot the locked features are now available! Read the [DIFFERENCES FROM PRO] section above for details.
AppleInsider has this story about the possibilities of OSX 10.7 adopting elements of iOS as part of Apple’s alleged plan to start to bring the two operating systems together.
An anonymous commenter put in this link to the original Tweetdeck blog post about their Android development.
There’s a couple of very interesting charts on Android.
RJDJ posts about the NSP BreakOut interface that I’ve been posting on recently and how you can use it with RJDJ.